Tag Archives: MTA


Muni Drivers Will Vote on Concessions

"The union agreed that we have to give something up, there's no way around it," said one outspoken driver. En Español
Richard Martinez waits over 20 minutes at the end of the T-Third Street line Friday at 7:30 p.m. on Bayshore Boulevard and Sunnydale Avenue

The T-Train at Night

The night ride along the T was filled with everything from homeless people trying to stay warm, to baseball fans heading to AT&T Park for the Giants game. The only police officers seen were zooming...
Students board the J-Church next to Mission High School on Church and 18th streets in the Mission District

Where Are the Muni Assistants?

They are supposed to ride the buses afters school to prevent problems, but few have seen them. The cost to the city? $673.556. En Español
The MTA board listens to comments from the public just before their vote on Muni service reductions

MTA Cuts Service and Looks To Drivers and Meters for $$

“We are tired like the public, and the MTA is putting a gun to our heads,” said Muni driver Emanuel Andreas.

Parking Meter Proposal met with Public Outcry

Opposites attract in fight to prevent meters till midnight.

Mission Streetscape Workshop

Residents weigh in on projects designed to improve Mission District streetscapes. By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE